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Definition of Agonothete

Agonothete
Agonothete Ag"o*no*thete`, n. [Gr. ?; ? + ? to set. appoint.] [Antiq.] An officer who presided over the great public games in Greece.

Meaning of Agonothete from wikipedia

- In ancient Greece, an agonothetes (Ancient Gr****: ἀγωνοθέτης) was the president or superintendent of one of the sacred Pan****enic Games. At first the...
- under a triumphal arch. On the opposite side of the monument of the Agonothetes, there is a colonnade decorated with marble statues. This structure rises...
- Myrlea and Calchedon: Inschriften von Ilion 5–6. D. Knoepfler, ‘Les agonothètes de la Confédération d’Athéna Ilias: une interpretation nouvelle des données...
- Apollonia Monument of Agonothetes Shown within Albania Location Fier County, Albania Region Illyria Coordinates 40°43′18.44″N 19°28′23.04″E / 40.7217889°N...
- were often showered with gifts and honours on returning to their polis. Agonothetes Theorodokoi Theoroi See O. Broneer, "The Isthmian Victory Crown," AJA...
- proved wealthy or willing enough to sponsor them as a Gymnasiarch or Agonothetes. Generally Hadrian preferred that Gr**** notables, including priests of...
- Appointed (Debatable) Tribal Aesymnetes Gr**** Executive Elected National Agonothetes Gr**** Administrative Elected Institutional (sacred games) Agoranomos...
- Demetrius of Phalerum in Athens, 317–307 BCE, Brill, 2009, p.168. The agônothetês replaced the c****gia. ****rd-Cambridge, 1946, p.240 ****rd-Cambridge...
- described in the Iliad. To the left of the younger wrestler presides the agonothetes, the referee, who watches over the match. Written above the man is the...
- Plovdiv. Athletes competed in two categories of age – men and boys. Agonothetes (organisers of the sport events) presided over the games. The latter...
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